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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Cover Reveal: Twisted Revenge by Mia Bishop

The Gateway Arch in St. Louis hides a secret opening to a fairytale world. Hidden from Rowan since childhood, it may have been where she was born, but it’s not her home. That is, until the handsome, dangerous Luc strolls in with a tale about “the one in red” and how she’s supposed to kill Ulric, the Big Bad Wolf.

The attraction between Luc and Rowan is instant and intense. They explore each other while unlocking the powers and abilities hidden inside Rowan. It is her destiny to kill Ulric and Luc will do all he can to see that she fulfills her role.

Unfortunately, the Pied Piper is determined to keep Luc and Rowan apart. Secrets come to light that threaten to destroy their budding love. They’ll have to fight the Piper, shape-shifting wolves, and themselves to find their happily ever after.

A Romantica® fantasy erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave


Living in the middle of nowhere with her husband, two sons, two dogs, three rats, and a salamander- Mia Bishop had no choice but to write or she'd die of boredom. She enjoys writing and reading paranormal stories that are full of violence, sex and complicated relationships. Taking inspiration from old myths and legends her world is as real as yours.

A geek at heart, she indulges in all matters of nerd cultures. When not writing, she can be found with her nose in a book, creating beautiful pieces of chain mail and wire jewelry, or finding new and creative (albeit legal) ways to stalk her fangirl obsessions. The key to Mia's heart (or ways to coax her into letting you sneak a peek at her latest works) can be won with anything Whovian related, tickets to ComicCon, or a '67 black Chevy Impala.

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  1. Love the cover! Perfect for the kind of book it is:)

  2. Thanks Liz for sharing this post today! I think the book sounds like fun!

  3. Ooo this sounds good. Not thrilled with the close up of the dude, but still looks good!

  4. Yeah, the guy kind of looks mad and out of place, but I think the story sounds good!


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